How to draw 2D & 3D Convex Hull in AutoCAD with InnerSoft CAD




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Published on Sep 28, 2012


InnerSoft CAD is a plug-in for AutoCAD that installs a set of productivity tools for Civil and Survey engineering, Counting, Estimating and measurements in construction project budgets.

The convex hull of a set of points is the smallest convex polygon P for which each point is either on the boundary of P or in its interior.
App will ask for a set of points in AutoCAD and will draw a LW-Polyline which is the 2D Convex Hull of those points.

For a 3D set of points, the convex hull is a convex polyhedron which is the smallest polyhedron such that all points are on the polyhedron or in the interior. App will ask for a 3D set of points in AutoCAD –four points at least-.The options are:
• Draw Triangles Faces: draw a set of 3D Faces which is the 3D Convex Hull of those points.
• Draw Triangles Lines: draw a set of lines which are the triangles that defines the surfaces of the 3D Convex Hull.
• Draw Contour: draw the contour lines of the 3D Convex Hull.


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